NY Times: Stop banishing sex offenders

[N]ot all people who have been convicted of sex offenses pose a risk to children, if they pose any risk at all. Blanket residency-restriction laws disregard that reality — and the merits of an individualized approach to risk assessment — in favor of a comforting mirage of safety. New York Times Editorial, Sept. 8, 2015 (Read full Editorial here).

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      Susan Cain

      I would love to read the editorial and pass it on to my son, but you have to have a subscription. Is there any way it can be sent to read? Thank you
      Susan Cain

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      Robin
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      Try this link: http://nyti.ms/1ITIP7l

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